Network intelligence from chaos

Building a single network view – Part 2 As part two in our series from the recent blog post where we described the five ways in which network downtime can be reduced, we focus on the importance of unified, or single view reporting. Monitoring and reporting of network performance, with multiple vendors and domains involved, is a … Continued

How to manage what you can’t see

Preparing for the anonymisation of individual’s data Our CTO, Chris Mathews considers the European Commission’s proposal to give consumers the right to be forgotten online, meaning they will have the choice to become ‘invisible’ online and erase their digital footprint. In this post we highlight the key points on how businesses can continue to manage its … Continued

Big data’s big week – from mainstream to monetisation

This week saw the topic of ‘big data’ discussed on Radio 4’s Today programme  with Dr Shirley-Ann Jackson, President Obama’s advisor. Reaching beyond the technical audience, the programme described a future where tremendous amounts of data could be mined and applied to industries ranging from healthcare to retail and fraud identification. Meanwhile, Research Director, Svetlana Sicular … Continued